So if you peruse the application note somewhere for the crap garbage LM324, it shows an op amp current source with multiple outputs. The first output is the standard thing with neg feedback from a pnp emitter resistor to the inverting input, with the reference voltage on the non inverting.
Then to get the multiple outputs, they just hang more pnps with emitter resistors off the base of the first one which is connected to the opamp output.
That's OK I guess, but the problem is in simulation that only the first output is somewhat insulated against variations over temperature, due to the feedback from the opamp. Since the other mirrors are not in the loop, they're going to be all over the place.
So...I guess you could have an opamp section per, and feed them all from the same stable reference. But that gets annoying if you need, say, 24 outputs.
Has some analog wonk come up with a more economical solution somewhere along the line?